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Meth Trafficking Ring -White Supremacist Female Gang

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East Texas meth ring suspected as run by a group of women in ties with white supremacist gangs and federal Government is getting hard on cracking down on these east Texas group.

John Malcolm Bales, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Texas at a press conference on Monday said “It’s unusual. We’ve got women [at the top of the indictment] & “It’s an unfortunate expression of girl power.”

About 130 miles east of Dallas a city of 80,000, John Malcolm Bales announced charges against 17 people among them were 29-year-old Haley Still, 39-year-old Courtney Crim-Gross, and 36-year-old Gena Elizabeth Rowley. Few suspects are also charged for federal weapons charges and possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine.

Aryan Brotherhood and unidentified African-American street gangs believed to be united under the one roof of Meth ring. Cops believe a strong connection of the group linked to murders of Dekeilen Joe Nelson & Kevin Lorenzo Stephenson were discovered dead by bullet wounds last month.

However attorneys claims differently, Rowley’s attorney, Reeve Jackson told the Daily Beast defendants have no connection with white supremacist gangs “It may be jumping the gun to say they’re active members [of the Aryan Brotherhood or a gang] or involved in anything like that,”

The federal probe used confidential informants, search warrants, and traffic stops to seize more than 15 firearms and 560 grams of meth, believed to have been created in labs in Mexico.


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